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Music for Loving

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Download links and information about Music for Loving by Ben Webster. This album was released in 1995 and it belongs to Jazz, Pop genres. It contains 38 tracks with total duration of 02:34:56 minutes.

Artist: Ben Webster
Release date: 1995
Genre: Jazz, Pop
Tracks: 38
Duration: 02:34:56
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Chelsea Bridge 3:59
2. Willow Weep for Me 4:41
3. There is No Greater Love 3:44
4. Teach Me Tonight 4:06
5. Until Tonight 4:12
6. We'll Be Together Again 4:34
7. Blue Moon 5:09
8. Early Autumn 4:52
9. My Greatest Mistake 3:38
10. What Am I Here For? 3:59
11. All Too Soon 4:48
12. Love Is Here to Stay 3:24
13. It Happens to Be Me 3:25
14. Do Nothing 'Til You Hear from Me 4:46
15. Prelude to a Kiss 4:49
16. Come Rain or Come Shine 4:25
17. Love Is Here to Stay (Alternate Take) 3:21
18. Love Is Here to Stay (Alternate Take #2) 3:16
19. Some Other Spring 4:49
20. When Your Lover Has Gone 3:40
21. Stars Fell On Alabama 4:36
22. Under a Blanket of Blue 3:20
23. Stars Fell On Alabama (Alternate Take) 4:40
24. Under a Blanket of Blue (Alternate Take) 3:34
25. Under a Blanket of Blue (Alternate Take #2) 3:23
26. My Funny Valentine (featuring Teddy Wilson) 3:26
27. You're Mine, You! 3:10
28. Sophisticated Lady 3:07
29. Love's Away 3:22
30. Almost Like Being In Love ("Tenor Saxes" Version) 4:02
31. (I Don't Stand) A Ghost of a Chance (With You) (featuring Harry Carney) 5:51
32. Take the 'A' Train (featuring Harry Carney) 4:50
33. We're In Love Again (featuring Harry Carney) 3:43
34. Chalmeau (featuring Harry Carney) 3:40
35. Moonlight On the Ganges (featuring Harry Carney) 3:43
36. It Had to Be You (featuring Harry Carney) 4:19
37. Fantasy (featuring Harry Carney) 4:11
38. I Got It Bad (and That Ain't Good) (featuring Harry Carney) 4:22

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Combining two string albums by Ben Webster and one from Ellington sideman Harry Carney, the two-disc Music With Feeling delivers over two hours' worth of incredible ballad interpretations. Webster, of course, made his name with many an after-hours gem, and he predictably shines here amidst the lush yet tasteful orchestral charts penned by Ralph Burns, Gerald Wilson, and Billy Strayhorn; there are particularly fine renditions here of "Early Autumn" and Strayhorn's misty and mercurial "Chelsea Bridge." Carney, too, is stunning, handling the traditionally cumbersome baritone saxophone with grace and loads of feeling, especially on highlights like "It Had to Be You" and his and Strayhorn's "Chalmeau." Forget all those bachelor-pad compilations and give this collection a spin at your next cocktail party.